Persona 3 is Getting a Third Play This June

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

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Persona 3 Play

Recently, CLIE launched an official site for the third play based on the Persona 3 video game. The third plays is entitled Persona 3: The Weird Masquersade ~Soeun no Kesshou (Bismuth Crystal)~.  We don’t have any plot details yet, but the previous cast is returning for the third play. The play will be directed by Makoto Kimura — who also directed the second play — and the script will be worn by Kotora Kagurazarwa. It will be performed in the G-Rosso theater in Tokyo Dome City from June 4-June 13 so you die-hard fans might want to reserve those tickets.

Persona 3 has had two plays previously — Ao no Kakusei (Blue Awakening) and Gunjyou no Meikyou(Ultimate Labyrinth) –– based on the popular JRPG. For those that are unfamiliar with the plot of the game, Persona 3 has you spend half the time in an anime high school and the other climbing magical hell tower, trying to decide which takes more of a toll on your soul.

The cast is as follows:

  • Kana Asumi as Kotone Shiomi
  • Shouta Aoi as Sakuya Shiomi
  • Maho Tomita as Yukari Takeda
  • Asami Tano as Mitsuru Kirijyo
  • Genki Ohkawa as Junpei Iori
  • Yuuki Fujiwara as Akihiko Sanada
  • Marina Tanoue as Fuka Yamagishi
  • Waku Sakaguchi/Tomonori Suzuki as Ken Amada (double casting)
  • ZAQ as Aegis
  • Takeya Nishiyama as Takaya Sakaki
  • Yuichi Matsumoto as Jin Shirato
  • Keisuke Ueda as Fallos
  • Mitsuru Karahashi as Shuji Ikutsuki

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